NPN and PNP are types of:
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Transistors are three-terminal semiconductor devices used to regulate current or to amplify an input signal into a greater output signal.
NPN and PNP are types of transistors.
For an NPN transistor, when the emitter-base is forward biased, holes from the base (p-type) start to flow to the emitter side (n-type) and electrons start to flow from the emitter to the base.
For a PNP transistor, when the emitter-base junction is forward biased, holes from the emitter start to flow to the base. The direction of the arrow also indicates the same.